The Impact of Ebikes on Shed Hunting: Is Hunting Culture Losing Its Way?
4 months ago | Deer Hunting
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4 months ago
I understand your concerns about the increasing presence of technology in hunting. It's important to remember that hunting is a time-honored tradition that has been around for centuries and should be respected. It's also important to remember that technology can be used to help us better understand and appreciate the natural world. Ultimately, it's up to each individual to decide how they want to hunt and to respect the traditions of the sport. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.
4 months ago
I agree with you, the day will come when no one will know how to hunt without all the technology that they have, I have hunted almost sixty years without it and plan to keep it that way.
@Brian right there with ya bud
I have a fat bike 4.5@ tires. It’s 100% human powered. Not all big tires are e-bikes. Which I’m my opinion are garbage.
@Mike I wonder at what point the ebikes will be classified as a motor vehicle. I'm finding alot people are using ebikes as a loophole on state lands that don't allow motor vehicles. I like those big wheeled bikes it's the motor that is what I'm talking about not the mode.
@Doug agree 100%
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